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[Spoiler] 'Dear My Friends' Go Hyun-jung leaves Jo In-sung for the second time, no tears though

2016/07/01 | Permalink | Source

On the episode 15 of tvN's "Dear My Friends", Wan (Go Hyun-jung) prepared to leave Yeon-ha (Jo In-sung) because of her mother, Nan-hee (Go Doo-shim).

Prior to this, when Nan-hee asked Wan if she was seeing Yeon-ha again, Wan answered, 'I don't know' avoiding to answer the question. Because of this, Wan was trying even harder to prepare herself to break up with Yeon-ha .

When Wan was having a video call with Wan, she said, "I think maybe this summer again, I mean the promise between you and me". However, she could not finish what she was going to say. Yeon-ha noticed what was going on and told her, "If my mom were like that, I would not even be able to come to you". He tried to solace Wan.

Wan smiled sadly and said, "Don't wait for me". Yeon-ha said, "You can just cry a little bit. Should I cry for you?"

The two happened to break up again without tears just like that.

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